Submerged car was found in Brule Creek in South Dakota in September 2013.
The families of Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller, who were both 17 at the time they disappeared, issued that one-sentence reaction after state officials confirmed that the girls were the ones whose bodies were found last year in a car at the bottom of a creek.
They died after a roadway accident that sent their 1960 Studebaker plunging into Brule Creek near the town of Elk Point on May 29, 1971, South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said at a news conference in Elk Point on Tuesday.
The car lay wheels up at the bottom of the creek for 42 years until last September, when a drought in the region dropped the creek’s level low enough for it finally to be found.
Read the whole story here http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/simple-car-accident-explains-deaths-girls-missing-42-years-n81246
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